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Aircraft Details
Crew: 1
Length: 32 ft 3 in
Wingspan: 37 ft 0 in
Height: 13 ft 8 in
Loaded Weight: 9,200 lbs
Thrust: 1,490 hp
WEP Thrust: 1,720 hp
Speed: 437 mph
Service Ceiling: 41,900 ft
LEGO® Model Details
Crew: 1
Length: 33 studs
Wingspan: 37 studs
Height: 12 studs
Durability: Sturdy
Difficulty: Easy
Pieces: about 224
Created: February 2009
Version: 1

P-51 Mustang

The P-51 Mustang gave the allies the ability to escort their bombers all the way into Germany, greatly reducing the loss of allied bombers. It's possible that the P-51 was the reason for Allied air supremacy in World War II.

LEGO<sup>®</sup> Model vs. Real P-51 Mustang
LEGO® Model vs. Real

The P-51 Mustang would fly with external feul tanks into enemy territory then drop the tanks either when their feul was gone or when confronted by enemy fighters. These feul tanks greatly extended the range of the P-51 Fighter.

I've always thought that the Mustang had one of the toughest and most distinctive looks of World War II fighters so naturally I wanted to build one. It was one of the first planes that I built and I completed it in one day... not too hard considering I was on vacation from work, my wife was away with the kids at her parents house and it's a small airplane.

Of course, once I completed the LEGO® P-51, I HAD to make a P-38 Lightning and a B-17 Flying Fortress.


On 08/29/2016 07:54PM

Posted by:
Elizabeth Oppermann
The mustang is my son, Johnny's, favorite fighter airplane. He is enjoying your entire website, though. Sounds like you had fun designing these aircraft.
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